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There is plenty to see and do without a car in Chiang Mai, plus parking can be an problem especially if you are staying in the central parts of town. If you are simply spending a couple of days exploring town and the immediate surroundings, I would not advise renting a car. If you have a more time and want to head out for a few days to explore more of ...


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Scooters in Barcelona I have never actually done this, as I believe that my feet and the Barcelona metro service are the best option for touring Barcelona. However, renting scooters is yes very common, and there are plenty of sites out there for scooter rentals. A quick google search revealed these. I clicked on a random one, set bogus dates (from ...


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Vesping Barcelona offers: or Euro 1,600 for two fortnights for a 125 cc, unless you can negotiate something better. I have not seen mention of a mileage limitation.


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I agree with all the other answers. Bottom line: the best way to tour an entire country is by Road. Depending on the type of journey you are planning there are various combinations of means of transportation you could use. For example, if you plan to stay for a long period in a region, say Normandy, and then think of moving all the way across the country to ...


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The simple answer is of course, obviously, get a car. France is - well - France. You want to see every little village, tour around and see everything. So, you'll be "touring" - get a car. French trains are fantastic for TRAVEL - so, you're in Lyon and you need to go to Paris for some reason; you're in Zurich and you need to go to Barcelona for some reason. ...


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It depends what you mean by private transfer. You're unlikely to find a dedicated pick-up/drop-off service because, as mentioned, it's a two hour drive. However there are companies that offer daily bus links between the two, e.g. TrackNet.


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One by one: Yes, Indonesian ferries are that bad. Overcrowding is rife, safety precautions are often non-existent, and the open sea can often be rough. As a simple example, Jakarta Globe's category "Indonesia boat accident" has at least 7 separate sinkings that killed people for 2014 alone, and see the links in this answer for some stories of a typical ...



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